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Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by Drifly, Oct 11, 2020.

  1. thekillerofmallard

    thekillerofmallard Elite Refuge Member

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    Im not sure its a duck could be a pigeon???
     
  2. Drifly

    Drifly Senior Refuge Member

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    I’m sure it will taste better then an American Widgeon. Doesn’t everything from Europe taste better?
     
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  3. timbutcher

    timbutcher Moderator Moderator

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    Super cool bird.
     
  4. mark seaters

    mark seaters Elite Refuge Member

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    Call em how I see em...at least I wasn't bitching...lol
     
  5. DuckFan

    DuckFan Elite Refuge Member

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    Nice.

    Euro
     
  6. smith46

    smith46 Senior Refuge Member

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    Nice looking bird, congrats to your son!!!
     
  7. Aunt Betty

    Aunt Betty Elite Refuge Member

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    I'll do it for mark...

    So.
    Was it flying when you shot it?
    That matters apparently.
    Still got any buzz?

    Seriously...cool bird. The feathers are nifty.
     
  8. Curt Gibson

    Curt Gibson Senior Refuge Member

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  9. Foiles_fan

    Foiles_fan Elite Refuge Member

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    Euro
     
  10. Brian Huber

    Brian Huber Elite Refuge Member

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    It's an adult bird for sure notice the solid white wing patch. Hard to tell if it's a hybrid or full Eurasian based on one picture and still molting. Show him this video of two birds we caught last spring. One is a hybrid and the other is a full Eurasian.
     

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